The Philippine administration met with the Canadian Prime Minister and tackled possible areas of partnership.
Philippine Labor and Employment
The House Committee on Overseas Workers Affairs tackles a bill that will protect and improve the remittances of OFWs.
House Committee on Labor and Employment passed a bill that promotes the right and welfare of media workers in the Philippines.
IBPAB cheers as DOF agrees to extend the WFH arrangement for the IT-BPO sector in the Philippines.
Party-list Rep. Bernadette Herrera filed a house bill that seeks to make long-time government workers in the Philippines civil service eligible.
TUCP shows its full support for the administration’s vision to improve the lives of Filipino employees.
DMW Secretary Susan Ople wants to speed up the deployment process of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs).
POEA stated that the 7.5k deployment cap set by the Philippine government is still far from being reached.
The Philippines will sign new bilateral deals with Germany and UK to deploy more Filipino workers in the European region.
DOLE mentions that NWPC approves the minimum pay of workers based in MIMAROPA and SOCCSKSARGEN.